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    The 21 Tallest Statues In The World

    The Statue of Liberty Aint Got Nothing On Buddha.

    1. Spring Temple Buddha

    Zgpdszz / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Lushan County, China

    128 m (420 ft)

    2. Laykyun Setkyar

    Wagaung / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Monywa, Burma

    116 m (381 ft)

    3. Ushiku Daibutsu

    Jennie Kondo / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Ushiku, Japan

    110 m (360 ft)

    4. Guan Yin

    Jazon88 / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Sanya, China

    108 m (354 ft)

    5. Emperors Yan and Huang

    Qilainik / Via en.wikipedia.org

    Zhengzhou, China

    106 m (348 ft)

    6. Daikannon

    Marcus @ Japanexperterna.se / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Sendai, Japan

    100 m (330 ft)

    7. Qianshou Qianyan Guanyin

    Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Weishan, China

    99 m (325 ft)

    8. Peter the Great

    Aleks_G / Via en.wikipedia.org

    Moscow, Russia

    96 m (315 ft)

    9. Great Buddha

    Stephanie Richard / Via en.wikipedia.org

    Ang Thong, Thailand

    92 m (302 ft)

    10. Dai Kannon

    Jialiang Gao peace-on-earth.org / Via en.wikipedia.org

    Ashibetsu, Japan

    88 m (289 ft)

    11. Grand Buddha

    Holger Naether / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Wuxi, China

    88 m (289 ft)

    12. Rodina-Mat' Zovyot! (The Motherland Calls)

    Mariluna / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Volgograd, Russia

    87 m (285 ft)

    13. Awaji Kannon

    松岡明芳 / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Awaji Island, Japan

    80 m (260 ft)

    14. Jiuhuashan Dizang Pusa

    Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Qingyang, China

    76 m (249 ft)

    15. Guanyin

    Fanghong / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Guanyin, Hong Kong

    76 m (249 ft)

    16. Kaga Kannon

    bato93 / flickr / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Kaga, Japan

    73 m (240 ft)

    17. Leshan Buddha

    Munford / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Leshan, China

    71 m (233 ft)

    18. Son Tra Guanyin

    CEphoto, Uwe Aranas / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Da Nang, Vietnam

    69.7 m (229 ft)

    19. Rodina-Mat (Mother of the Fatherland)

    Roland Geider (Ogre) / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Kiev, Ukraine

    62 m (203 ft)

    20. Guze Jibo Daikannon

    Tim Vickerman / Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Kurume, Japan

    62 m (203 ft)

    21. Guanyin of Mount Xiqiao

    Via upload.wikimedia.org

    Nanhai, China

    62 m (203 ft)

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